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After 25 years I am not surprised my splash shields are broken and brittle.
Anyone know where I can get replacements from?
I saw them on ROCK AUTO but they are out of stock on one side. I have seen used ones on the TBSC SHOP site and just seemed a bit pricier compared to how much Rock Auto had them for maybe because they are technically Genuine/OEM? I have so much aftermarket in the car at this point I don't really care on who makes these lol. I am also wondering what kind of hardware would I need? Is it just clips? Haven't really poked around under there I'll probably have to hunt those down too.

Thanks in Advance guys!
-MB
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If I remember it's just push pins and a couple of phillips screws that hold them on.

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1994 XR7 , 46 most every option. 66.000 miles. rustfree, from washington state.
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aftermarket liners are thinner and floppier. find good used oem. you
will thank yourself for it. i was in the body business for 50 years. i
refused to use am fenderliners .pieces of crap. 89-95 tbird and cougar share
the same part #. 96 and 7 take another #
 

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x2 on irvin's comments. When I repaired the front right fender on my 95, I couldn't believe how cheap the inner liner was on rockauto. Until I received it - way too flimsy. I ended up tossing it and sewing up my cracked one with wire and covering the repair with epoxy.

BTW, I found Dorman 799-105 "1/2 inch nylon rivets" were a good replacement for the fasteners I broke removing the liner.
 
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